German government to compensate for half of damage during G20 summitStaff Writer | July 12, 2017
The German federal government announced that it would compensate for half the damaged property on the sidelines of the past G20 summit in northern German city of Hamburg.
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"The goal is to provide speedy help to the victims of the violence in their effort to repair the damage," the Federal Ministry of Finance was cited as saying by German news agency dpa.
According to the ministry, the federal government is working with officials in Hamburg to reach an agreement on the relief fund.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel had promised help and compensation. She said that it is not a question whether to help, but how to help.
However, the federal government could not say how much would have to be paid for damaged property. ■